Solar-powered tricycles ease burden for Zimbabwe's small-scale farmers

by News Update

For years, selling eggs was a joyless business for Danai Bvochora, as most of the money she made went to cover minibus fares to the market in a rural area of Zimbabwe. That was until she was given a solar-powered electric tricycle, which changed things for the better for her and her family.

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Piotr Misiuna August 4, 2022 - 3:12 PM

The initial cost seams huge, so people are not so keen on taking the risk. I mean even in europe, spending 3000-4000 euro for a small business is not easy to swallow. I can't imagine how crazy this idea must sound for a person from Zimbabwe.

Arnaldo Bellucci August 4, 2022 - 4:12 PM

How much does it cost? Who pays for it? Hoe does it work? Crappy news at work.

witness August 4, 2022 - 5:05 PM

Russia: invading Ukraine, unleashed a large-scale war in Europe, kills people, constantly threatens with the use of nuclear weapons, leads the world to chaos, the end of Humanity. Such homophobic behavior is unacceptable. In the 21st century, the age of Globalization, Humanity is obliged to fight evil. If you do not want to participate directly in the fighting, you participate in economic sanctions against Russia. Economic sanctions, as an alternative to direct participation in the fighting, are necessary and inevitable. Sanctions, of course, are a double-edged thing, you will have to temporarily survive the costs and difficulties. The sooner Russia bears responsibility for its crimes, the sooner sanctions will be lifted. The faster and more weapons Ukraine gets, the sooner this war will end

Witness101 August 4, 2022 - 5:12 PM

That's too bad